Are you still using an obsolete Web Browser?
With Internet Explorer 11 rapidly approaching the end of its life, what is your next web browser going to be? Although the announced end of life of Internet Explorer 11 isn’t until the 15th of June 2022, many sites are already preventing access from the now 8-year-old version of the browser. If you have experienced… Continue reading Are you still using an obsolete Web Browser?
Facebook outage should serve as a warning
Facebook’s most recent disruption comes as a warning against overreliance on one platform or communication channel. On Tuesday morning our time, Facebook, Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp all went offline for 6 hours. This major tech outage resulted in vital communications being severed. Billions of dollars of loss were created as businesses were cut off from… Continue reading Facebook outage should serve as a warning
What’s this ‘chip shortage’, and why are second-hand cars so expensive right now?
Have you been shopping around in the used car market recently? Or have you tried to pick up a new monitor? You may have noticed a price increase, or lack of stock availability in the case of most computer equipment. If COVID-19 hadn’t left its mark on the world already, another of its lasting legacies… Continue reading What’s this ‘chip shortage’, and why are second-hand cars so expensive right now?
What does the SolarWinds cyberattack mean for you?
Below the flood of articles on COVID 19 and political tension in the US; you might have seen articles mentioning the SolarWinds attack, but what is it all about and why is it a big deal not only for the US but across the globe?
Our Top 3 Collaboration Tools for the Age of Remote Work
Remote work has been a massive part of our day-to-day lives in 2020. With it came many challenges in adjusting to this new style of work; one of which is how we collaborate.